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Back To Mother Nature: Novel Herbal Medicines In Preventing Dental Caries 
Dr Rahul Deshpandeab, Dr Vishwas Patila, Dr Heeral Shah*a, Dr Anjali Ruikarc, Dr Sucheta Gaikwadd, Dr Gayatri Kamblee, Dr Kavita Mundhed, Dr Vaishali Adsulf
a Dr. D. Y. Patil Dental College and Hospital, D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, Pimpri, Pune 18, India b Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital, Pune, India c Department of Chemistry, Fergusson College, Pune, India d Department of Chemistry, SP College, Pune, India e Department of Chemistry, Anantrao Pawar College of Engineering and Research, Pune, Indiaf Department of Chemistry, Bharati Vidyapeeth, Pune, India

Key Words: 

dental caries, antimicrobial activity, medicinal plants, salivary microflora, herbal extracts 


Introduction- Dental caries has been one of the most commonly occurring diseases in children. The oral cavity consists of complex and highly diverse microflora which varies in different individuals. Plants, the oldest source of pharmacologically active compounds, have provided man with many medically useful substances for centuries. This paper over views a long-term research work performed by our team to analyse the antimicrobial potential of plants against cariogenic salivary microflora. 

Methodology- The derived extract of each of the plants was screened for its growth inhibitionpotential against microflora in salivary samples collected from children in mixed dentition age group. The microbial assay was performed using agar diffusion method in the laboratory. The zones of microbial growth inhibition produced by each plant extract were measured. The obtained results were compared with chlorhexidine,the gold standard antimicrobial agent used in dentistry. Results- 

All herbal extracts discussed in the study show variable antimicrobial properties comparable with that of gold standard- Chlorhexidine. 


Results obtained exhibited presence of significant antimicrobial potential in the studied extracts. These can be used in the prevention and treatment of microbial diseases of oral tissues. 



Dr. Deshpande R., Dr. Patil V., Dr. Shah H., Dr. Ruikar A., Dr. Gaikwad S., Dr. Kamble G., Dr. Mundhe K. and Dr. Adsul V., 2018. Back To Mother Nature: Novel Herbal Medicines In Preventing Dental Caries. The Journal for Dentistry. Photon 113, 295-308


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Dental caries, Streptococcus mutans, Anrimicrobial activity, Achyranthes aspera (Aghada) 


1. ml – Milli liter 

 2. mm – Milli meter

3. µl – Micro liter 

 4. yrs – Years 

 5. ° C – Degree Celsius 

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In the view of pediatric dentistry dental caries is one of the most common of all diseases and partly because of its relatively rapid progress it is the main cause of loss of teeth in children. Keeping in mind the newer etiological concepts of dental caries and the role of Streptococcus mutans various preventive and therapeutic measures are recommended. Medicinal plants are the oldest source of pharmacologically active compounds and have been useful in treating various systemic diseases for centuries. There are numerous study reports in which various plants and their extracts have been previously analyzed and were found to have significant therapeutic properties. This study was designed to palpate the antimicrobial potential of naturally available Achyranthes aspera plant and its derived ethanolic extracts as an alternative to the presently used synthetic agents to combat dental caries. The antimicrobial activity of the leaf, stem and root extracts of Achyranthes aspera (Aghada) was evaluated and compared with chlorohexidine as the standard chemotherapeutic agent against Streptococcus mutans. The observational & statistical findings of the herbal extracts suggest that, the active components of these extracts have definite antimicrobial property against Streptococcus mutans.


Shep S.V., Deshpande R.R., Kontham U.R., Bagade K.K., Dungarwal P.P., Gajjar P.M., 2018. Comparative Evaluation of Antimicrobial Properties of Three Various Extracts of Achyranthes Aspera and Chlorhexidine against Streptococcus Mutans. The Journal for Dentistry. Photon 113, 284-294

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Rhinomaxillary Orbital Mucormycosis in A Diabetic: A Case Report 

Sumant Garuda, Samrat Sabhlokb*, Shubham Singhb, Shreya Dasguptab 

a Saraswati Dental College and Hospital, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India 

b Dr. D.Y. Patil Dental College and Hospital, Pimpri, Pune -18. Maharashtra, India


Mucormycosis, immunocompromised patients, pathophysiology

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Mucormycosis was earlier considered a rare fungal infection, but recently the number of cases reported has increased considerably throughout the years. A 35 year old patient reported with a swelling on right side of face with severe headache and palatal ulcer. After thorough clinical examination and investigations, he was diagnosed with mucormycosis. Need for an early diagnosis and to render the adequate treatment is necessary to combat this disease and thus reduce mortality rates of the affected patients. This article gives an insight into the diagnosis, pathogenesis and management of mucormycosis.


Role of Cephalometrics in Prosthodontic Diagnosis 

M. Ratheea, P. Malika*, Jyotirmayb 

a Department of Prosthodontics, Post Graduate Institute of Dental Sciences, Pt. B. D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak, Haryana, India 

b Department of Orthodontics, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, Patna, India 


Cephalometrics, complete denture, partially edentulous 

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Malik P., Rathee M., Jyotirmay., 2015. Role of Cephalometrics in Prosthodontic Diagnosis. The Journal for Dentistry. Photon 112, 275-277


Factors such as increasing the occlusal vertical dimension, degree of posterior extension of an upper denture, the anatomy and angulations of the soft palate, function of the tongue or length and actions of the lips and degeneration of the temporomandibular joint ; these illustrate the need for a more basic concept and rational approach to the management of prosthetic and reconstruction cases. This article proposes to demonstrate the use of a tool or weapon in the available armamentarium of the Prosthodontist - namely the use of Cephalometrics roentgenography.


Arti Saluja S. Carl Wilhelm Von Nagelli Research award-2015 in Dentistry by International Agency for Standards and Ratings


Nazi Dental Gold: From Dead Bodies Till Swiss Bank   

Rahul R. Deshpandeab, Samrat Sabhloka, Vishwas Patila, Shreya Dasguptaa*, Ankit Kumara, Shubham Singha  

a Dr. D. Y. Patil Dental College and Hospital, Pimpri, Pune -18, Maharashtra, India 

b Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital, Pune, India    

Rahul R. Deshpande, Samrat Sabhlok, Vishwas Patil, Shreya Dasgupta, Ankit Kumar and Shubham Singh are conferred with International Proteomics Research Award-2014 

Keywords: salivary total proteins, cleft lip and palate (CLP), mixed dentition, saliva 

Photon Ignitor: ISJN54728618D764713042015 

Citation: Deshpande R.R., Sabhlok S., Patil V., Dasgupta S., Kumar A., Singh S., 2015. Comparative Evaluation of Salivary Total Protein Levels in Patients with Cleft Lippalate to Healthy Children in Mixed Dentition Age Group. The Journal for DentistryPhoton 111, 255-259. 


Cleft lip and palate is a common developmental defect which disfigures the happy smile of a new  born. The commonly used laboratory diagnostic procedure involves the analysis of cellular and chemical constituents of blood, which is an invasive. This study focuses on a non-invasive method to compare the levels of total proteins in saliva of children with cleft lip and palate and healthy children to aid as a bio-marker for further studies. The procedure involves the analysis and comparison of salivary total protein levels in healthy individuals with those with cleft lip and palate in mixed dentition age group. The saliva was allowed to drool into the funnel held to the lower lip. Diluted saliva sample were subjected to inductively coupled plasma emission spectroscopy. The total proteins and free amino acids were detected by liquid chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry (LC-MS).  Physical properties of saliva in healthy and in cleft lip and palate showed a marked difference. The salivary total protein levels demonstrated higher levels of total proteins in patients with the cleft lip and palate defect than healthy children. Saliva offers an alternative to serum as a biologic fluid that can be analyzed for diagnostic purposes.

Al-Noaman Ahmed Salah Hameed 


Babylon University, College of Dentistry, Department of Oral Surgery, Babylon City, Iraq    

Al-Noaman Ahmed Salah Hameed is conferred with William Harvey Research Award- 2015 in Dentistry 

Keywords: Impacted mandibular third molars, angulation, surgery 

Citation: Al-Noaman A., 2015. Pattern of Impacted Mandibular Third Molars in Patients Referring to the Department of Oral Surgery, College of Dentistry, Babylon University. The Journal for Dentistry. Photon 111, 250-254. 


The pattern of impacted mandibular third molars has an influence on the difficulty of surgical removal of these teeth. The aim of this study was to investigate the pattern of impacted mandibular third molars in patients referring to the department of oral surgery, college of dentistry, Babylon University. A total of 79 patients were seen. The data were analyzed according to age, gender, residence and patient' complaint. The pattern of hundred impacted mandibular third molars in the 79 patients was evaluated according to Winter's and Pell and Gregory classifications using periapical and orthopantographic views. The majority of patients were male in their third decade and urban dwellers. Vertical and class IA represent the most common pattern of impacted mandibular third molars. Most cases had symptom of pain and frequently associated with pericoronitis and periodontitis. In conclusion, the pattern of impaction suggests that the majority of impacted mandibular third molars are moderately difficult and can be remove dunder local anesthesia. Further study should be carried out to correlate between epidemiological data and postoperative complications.

Comparison of the maximum bite force in patient with heat cure acrylic and flexible partial dentures (Bounded posterior edentulous area)   

Zainab Mahmood Al-Jammali  

Department of Prosthodontics, College of Dentistry, University of Babylon, Iraq    

Zainab Mahmood Al-Jammali is conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Dentistry 

Keywords: The maximum bite force, heat cure acrylic denture, flexible partial dentures, bounded posterior partial denture  

Abbreviations: FEE: free end extension, RPD: removable partial denture, PMMA: polymethyl methacrylate, cl.III: class three, MBF: maximum bite force, N: Newton 

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Citation: Al-Jammali Z.M., 2015. Comparison of the maximum bite force in patient with heat cure acrylic and flexible partial dentures (Bounded posterior edentulous area). The Journal for Dentistry. Photon 111, 244-249. 


Objective: The purpose of this study was to measure and comparism the maximum bite forces of acrylic and flexible partial dentures in patient with CL.III Kennedy classification during different adaptation period. Subjects/Methods: Twenty four free end extension patients (FEE) were selected. Three testing sessions made for both types of partial denture that used in this study by using a portable occlusal force gauge. Results: There is a significant differences were found in the values of maximum bite force between the two types of partial dentures with mean of (46.8750±1.02479) for the acrylic denture and (93.7292±2.15794) for the flexible denture in all adaptation periods in group one, and with mean of (33.6875±0.72515) for the acrylic denture and (64.6875±0.84853) for the flexible denture in all adaptation periods in group two. Conclusion: The flexible partial dentures give  highest values of the maximum bite force in all adaptation period than the acrylic partial dentures, the maximum bite force was increased with increased the adaptation period, and the patients in group one have the highest maximum bite force than group two in both types of partial denture and in all adaptation periods.

To Compare the New Method of Sterilization of Endodontic Instruments with Autoclave: An In Vitro Study

Sheth Nomal Shaha*, Shori Deepa D.b, Shenoi Pratima R.b, Rathod Yogeshb, Paralikar Ameya V.b, Dhote Sonalb

a Private Practitioner, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India  

b Department of Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics, VSPM's Dental College & Research Centre,          Nagpur, India

Sheth Nomal Shah, Shori Deepa D., Shenoi Pratima R., Rathod Yogesh, Paralikar Ameya V. and Dhote Sonal are conferred with Alexander Fleming Research Award-2015 in Dentistry by IASR

Abbreviations: UV Light: Ultraviolet Light  

Keywords:  Endodontic instruments, Sterilization, Autoclave, Ultraviolet light

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Citation: Shah S.N., Shori D.D., Shenoi Pratima R., Paralikar A.V., Dhote S., 2015. To Compare the New Method of Sterilization of Endodontic Instruments with Autoclave: An In Vitro Study. The Journal for Dentistry. Photon 111, 239-243.


Sterile instruments are prerequisite for dental procedure. Autoclave is the conventional method of sterilization. Since autoclave is cumbersome and time consuming procedure there exists a need for a new protocol and a device. This device should facilitate the clinician to accomplish the cleaning and sterilization procedure in the short span of time (5-10 min) and should be done in the dental operatory itself. Thus, a new device was prepared that suffices all the above said advantages. In the present study, efficiency of the new device was compared with that of autoclave, using culture method. It was concluded that its efficacy was equal to that of autoclave. Considering the time consumed by both the methods, cleaning followed by autoclave require 20-30 minutes whereas, the new method require 5-15 min. Also the novel method can be done chair-side in between two consecutive appointments. Thus this new device can help the clinician to work more efficiently in aseptic conditions.

Comparative Evaluation of Antimicrobial Properties of Active Extracts of Morinda pubescens and Ehretia laevis against Salivary Microflora
Rahul R Deshpandea, Ananth Kamatha, Snehal Shepa*, Mayuri Muthaa, Bhavana Methaa, Dipti Patila, Rasika Toraneb, Nirmala Deshpandeb   
a Dr. D.Y. Patil Dental College and Hospital, Pimpri, Pune-18, Dr. D. Y. Patil University, Pune,    Maharashtra, India b Dr. T.R. Ingle Research Laboratory, Pune, Maharashtra, India    
Rahul R Deshpande, Ananth Kamath, Snehal Shep, Mayuri Mutha, Bhavana Metha, Dipti Patil, Rasika Torane and Nirmala Deshpande receive Robert Koch Research Award-2015 in Dentistry
Keywords: Antimicrobial activity, E. laevis, M. pubescence, Salivary microflora, Chlorhexidine
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Citation: Deshpande R.R., Kamath A., Shep S., Mutha M., Metha B., Patil D.S., Torne R., Deshpande N.R., 2015. Comparative Evaluation of Antimicrobial Properties of Active Extracts of Morinda pubescens and Ehretia laevis against Salivary Microflora. The Journal for Dentistry. Photon 111, 234-238.


There has been an increase in the demand for newer antimicrobial agents to combat prevalent microbial diseases of oral tissues due to rapid emergence of multidrug‐resistant pathogens and many drawbacks of synthetic chemotherapeutic drugs. This study aims to comparatively evaluate the antimicrobial efficacies of herbal extracts of Morinda pubescens and Ehretia laevis against salivary microflora and with a standard synthetic chemotherapeutic agent, to support use of natural herbs’ formulations as preventive and therapeutic agents. Their efficacy was evaluated by performing antimicrobial assay on patient saliva samples. It was observed that all the extracts have marked activity against the tested microorganisms with the acetone extract of M. pubescens and derived Compound 5 of ethanol extract of E. leavis showing maximum antimicrobial activity with larger zones of inhibition at used concentrations. This paper primarily focuses on a comparison between these two extracts, and it shows that extracts of E. leavis have higher antimicrobial activity than M. pubescens extracts at lower concentrations, but at higher concentrations M. pubescens shows larger zones of inhibitions. The effect of these plants on more pathogenic organisms, evaluation of further higher concentrations for toxicological investigations and further purification however needs to be carried out.


Aim: This study was to designed to compare differences in transverse dimensions of dental arches, alveolar widths and skeletal factors of Class II division 1, Class II division 2 malocclusion. Methods: Dentoskeletal characteristics of class II malocclusion subjects were evaluated using cephalometric radiograph and dental cast of 70 untreated patients. Sample included 37 class II Division 1 and 33 class II Division 2 malocclusion patients. Inter canine, inter premolar, inter molar, inter canine alveolar, inter premolar alveolar ,inter molar alveolar widths are measured on study models. Radiographs digitized using Auto CAD program all the data compared by independent t- test. Results: Showed statistically significant difference between groups for maxillary inter premolar, inter molar, alveolar inter premolar, mandibular inter canine and inter canine alveolar. Results revealed SNB angle was responsible for skeletal sagittal difference between groups. Class II division 1 showed a retrognathic mandible. Conclusion: maxillary inter premolar, inter molar and alveolar interpremolar widths were significantly narrower in the Class II division 1. Rapid maxillary expansion rather than slow expansion may be considered. There was a significant reduction of mandibular intercanine width in division 2 subjects. Cass II division 1 subject show more retrognathic mandible than class II division 2 subjects.

Dr. Vijay Kumar, India


UBN: 015A94510112004

Rahul R Deshpandea, b, Vishwas Patila, Samrat Sabhloka, Shreya Dasguptaa*, Kumar Ankita, Shubham Singha  is recipient of International Proteomics Research Award-2014

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